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Diostrike technology

Diostrike — stabilized aqueous solution of chlorine dioxide produced using modern technology. It does not emit active chlorine into the atmosphere, its active ingredient is active oxygen.

It is one of the safest and most effective disinfectant used against all socially significant infections, including tuberculosis, viral infections, as well as mold fungi, spore forms of bacteria and biofilm.

Why Diostrike water chlorine dioxide is better?

Chlorine dioxide is a powerful oxidizing agent with a broad spectrum of antimicrobial action based on active oxygen. It is used in many countries around the world for purifying drinking water, in the manufacture of paper and flour as a bleach, as a component for toothpastes and rinses.

Chlorine dioxide does not act by substitution (or chlorination like chlorine), but by oxidation. Due to this, there are no trihalomethanes and chlorophenols formed during the reaction, virtually no unremovable organic halogens are formed, no reaction with amines and other compounds occurs.
A specific feature of ClO2 is its relatively low corrosive effect on objects: pH 5-7, oxidation potential – 0.95, which is enhanced by the effective use of low concentrations of working solutions (0.1% for chlorine dioxide versus, for example, 3-6% for hydrogen peroxide). The table compares the main types of disinfectants in terms of effectiveness and safety. The table shows that chlorine dioxide with much lower substance consumption is the most effective and safe for humans and the environment.